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Grammatophyllum elegans

This is a discussion on Grammatophyllum elegans within the Orchids of Other Genera IN BLOOM forums, part of the Orchid Photography category; The only non-slipper I got from the orchid show. It did have 2 spikes, the ...

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    Default Grammatophyllum elegans

    The only non-slipper I got from the orchid show. It did have 2 spikes, the second one rotted

    I thought something was wrong when I saw the first opened flower, but the other flowers open normally. When I goggle online, it turns out that it's normal for this species to have the abnormal first flower.






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    Not quite like any Grammatophyllum I've ever seen. Like that color, form, and sheen. AL

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    looks cute. have not seen this Gramm. before. thanks for sharing

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    Wonderful Grammatophyllum elegans!! WOW.

    cheers,
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    I saw this clone here definitely is very pretty congrats Liz may the next season will reward you the best that he can.

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